March 6, 2008 by Manure Manager
Meyer produces a full line of V-spreaders for hauling liquid, semi-solid, pen pack, sludge or litter.
Meyer produces a full line of V-spreaders for hauling liquid, semi-solid, pen pack, sludge or litter. The spreaders feature a versatile, three auger design to equalize the load and eliminate bridging. Best of all, the rear unload design and vertical expellers provide the best spread pattern available while the mess stays behind.
Sizes range from 260 to 865 bushel or 1350 to 4,00 gallons. The V-Max series is a clear choice when low load height is a concern. Mid-sized operators will appreciate
the V-Force models from 400 to 500 bushels. Large operations should look at the Industrial 8720 or 8865 units, which are constructed using heavier tanks, axles and
Spread widths vary from 15ft to 50ft, depending on application. Pull-type or truck-mounted styles are available in all models. Independent lower auger shear hubs protect the farmer’s investment on 500 bushel and larger models (optional on smaller units).